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British Cycling is constantly campaigning for better, safer cycling for all cyclists. Take a look at our latest campaigns and find out how you can get involved today.

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Sign the Get Britain Cycling petition

The All Party Parliamentary Group's Get Britain Cycling report sets out a number of clear recommendations to government, which, if implemented would facilitate the growth of cycling in the UK.

Sign the Get Britain Cycling e-petition from British Cycling on Vimeo.

The petition needs 100,000 signatures in order for government to consider debating the Get Britain Cycling report recommendations. British Cycling’s Chris Boardman, Sir Chris Hoy, Laura Trott and Sir Dave Brailsford have all thrown their support behind the epetition and we urge you to do the same.

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Watch Chris Boardman's cycle lanes video and submit your own examples of bad infrastructure

British Cycling’s Chris Boardman has released a video entitled ‘Who are cycle lanes for?’ ahead of his appearance before the Get Britain Cycling inquiry led by the All Party Parliamentary Cycling Group. Watch Chris' video and share your poor cycle lane pictures and videos. Find out more and get involved here.


Sign the petition for a Europe-wide 20mph limit in residential areas

The European Citizens' Initiative 30kmh campaign logoAlong with many other cycling and road safety organisations, British Cycling is a member of the GO20 coalition, which campaigns for the adoption of 20mph speed limits in residential areas. GO20 is now lending its support to the Europe-wide alliance of organisations supporting the European Citizens' Initiative's 30kmh (20mph) campaign.

We're calling on our members and readers to sign this petition asking the European Union to adopt default 20mph limits across the whole of the EU. Sign the petition. 


Sign a petition for cycling awareness in driving test

British Cycling member Mike from Leicestershire wants to improve road safety after a cyclist was tragically killed near where he lives. He’s set up an e-petition calling on the government to support our Road Safety manifesto, which demands that cycle awareness testing be a mandatory part of the driving theory and practical test. Find out more and read the petition.